Thursday, January 22, 2015

Rick Santorum said practicing Catholic families find it 'difficult' to listen to Pope Francis



His commentary here.

That's a polite way to put it.

It's more accurate to say practicing Catholic families find having their children receive the messages of Pope Francis is 'dangerous'.

Dangerous is the word.

When our children came to us to tell us they wanted to save money and move in with their boyfriend, we had the Deposit of Faith to explain the damage they are inflicting upon themselves, the person they love, God and the disadvantages all of it places upon a relationship intended to be life-long.

That has been taken away from us.

I shouldn't say its been taken away from us because there's nothing Pope Francis can do to take it away so he's relying on undermining us to demolish the 2000 years of theology.

It's more accurate to say, he's taken away our efficacy. And we all know that means.  The children of God's elite army are in the hands of the tempter.

Every nutjob priest they ordained over the last forty years is emboldened and teaching and preaching immorality. Every apostate teacher in every Catholic school and apostolate is ramming their heresies down our children's throats - courtesy of the new age pope.

I feel sorry for Pope Francis because I don't think this was his intention.

But it is what it is and as much as I care about Pope Francis, I care about my children and their salvation more. And, I care about Christ and his Church even more than that.

The Pope has alienated faithful Catholic families practicing our religion. When journalists have informed of what he knows or should know, he said he didn't care about any opposition, he and his team are going to keep on carrying out the agenda of putting apostate Cardinals in charge of 'pastorally' misleading his flock into temptation, sin and sacrilegious communion.

He is misleading the people we love.

It's way more than 'difficult'.

His shtick is 'dangerous' to our children.

He's made himself an enemy of the hand that rocks the cradle.

I wish him a lot of luck with that because here are a lot of wabbits. More wabbits than he realizes. And our kicks where the sun doesn't shine are going to send him to the moon.

9 comments:

'DIS & 'DAT said...

Pope Francis' 'with-it' program of making the faith relevant and user-friendly is plainly on the wrong track. What does he gain from this aside from admiration from folks who couldn't care less about the faith while, at the same time, undermining the faith of those who try to follow it?

If he were smart he would vigorously proclaim Catholic moral teaching and take steps to reverse the pernicious effects of Vatican II which has done nothing but accelerate the decline of the faith.

Pope Francis, being most adept at the insulting comment for those who practice the faith could aim his vituperation at folks who don't. His argument to the modern world on sinning is that it is profoundly stupid and always results in unhappiness. I think this is what world needs now. Go for it Pope Francis. I think the Guy you work for would like it too.

Left-footer said...

You write, "I feel sorry for Pope Francis because I don't think this was his intention."

You are very charitable. I try to be, but still strongly dislike him.

Anonymous said...

I just hope that Pope Francis made mistakes with Faithful Catholics and Families because he is new on the job and he is human and made mistakes. I really don't think the liberal heretics give a hoot and are not coming back - except through the Confessional if they wise up before thye go to hell.
I keep thinking that what is best is to build up a home for the fallen to come back to - that is the story of the prodical son. The Father prepped a great safe home for his son to return to. Bringing street values into the home (Church) does not help prepare a place that attracts and a place of peace and hope. The Cardinal and Pope can figure out the rest - they are smart guys.
I really hope they know that they should have praised that Mother of eight. She may be the Mom who turns this Pope around so he can lead the world to Jesus. And God bless the Mom who runs The Tenth Crusade who is truly Pope Francis's true friend to whom he should listen (He did say to listen to women hehehe).

Anonymous said...

If you watch the video of his remarks about the woman he met with 7 children, you can see the disdain on his face. The video can be viewed at harvestingthefruit.com in the latest TradWriter.
I believe he meant what he said.

M. Prodigal said...

Now he says annulments should be free. Goes along with some cardinals saying that you can live with someone not your spouse as long as you are intending a 'sacrament' some day. And, hey, if that does not work, there is the free divorce, er, annulment.

TTC said...

I have a better idea.

Why doesn't he make marriages free?

TTC said...

Anon, thanks for your kind comment!

Marie said...

I just wished Santorum had stayed his ground. It seems he's backtracking, blaming the media for misinterpreting the Pope. He may be digging a deeper hole.

Anonymous said...

I bet Lisa Graas still approves.

-I'm not a robot.